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Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl holding mead glassesMonday, April 8, 2013

After meeting at Bastyr, Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl opened a meadery reflecting the herbal diversity of Eastern Washington.

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white and yellow flowers in a grassy patchFriday, March 29, 2013

New beginnings, old favorites and an historic partnership highlight this month’s news.

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Naturopathic medicine students and others learn a distinct counseling approach that supports personal growth along with treating pathologies.

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Laurie Mischley, ND, looks at test resultsThursday, March 28, 2013

Two new investigations take a fresh approach to probing an unpredictable disease.

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Bastyr University California students met with state lawmakers and their aides in Sacramento, making the case that naturopathic medicine offers an effective and affordable answer to the state's health care woes.

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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Bastyr University California and UC San Diego medical students team up to prepare for integrative medical careers.

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Bastyr alumna Tina Fogall, BS ('11), owns BigSpoon Jam.Thursday, March 7, 2013

The idea for BigSpoon Jam was hatched at Tina Fogall’s first class through Bastyr University, when she was introduced to the small-batch, local jams she learned to love and to share.

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TNT opening danceWednesday, March 6, 2013

Each year Student Council organizes the Talent / No Talent Show, inviting members of the Bastyr community to show off their talents — or lack thereof. A rap about a complex series of nerves took first prize.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Amy Davis, PsyD, BS (’05), spoke to us about the questions that led her to psychology and her research into global differences in counseling.

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Spring for health Luncheon inviteFriday, March 1, 2013

The University welcomes the spring season with a number of fresh events.

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